The words steer and St. Jude are probably not used in the same sentence often, but for one California FFA member, it only made sense.
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Get out and enjoy a scoop of Culver’s Frozen Custard on Thursday, May 3 and you will be supporting FFA members nationwide.
The California FFA is asking for help after a thief stole their trailer full of awards, registration materials, and 8K Disney tickets.
What will a group of FFA members discover in 2093 when they open a time capsule John Deere and the National FFA will bury later this year?
Tractor Supply and the National FFA are supporting the next generation of agricultural leaders through the third annual Grants for Growing program. This year, Tractor Supply stores nationwide raised a record $830,000 through customer donations to fund sustainable, youth-driven agriculture projects made possible by the initiative. Tractor Supply awarded 271 grants impacting more than 30,000 […]
A senior, Stephen is following in his older brother’s footsteps once more as he prepares to perform in the California State FFA Band.
It’s been 24 years since students at Beaman-Conrad-Liscomb-Union-Whitten High School in Iowa had an FFA chapter.
FFA jackets have been making quite a buzz this week on social media because so many non-FFA members must want to join the club.
Now Furnish is helping lead the nation’s most prestigious agricultural education organization — the National FFA.
The Tractor Supply Company Mobile Fair Tour is on the search for 4-H and FFA members who know what it means to be a great neighbor. Originating last year, the “Great Neighbor” Essay Contest is an experiential component of the retailer’s Mobile Fair Tour—a 24-stop journey across the United States that will begin its route […]
Her Colorado FFA plaque in horse judging still hangs in Berthoud High’s classroom — a small memorial for a larger-than-life young agvocate.
Anderson has started an online course for the high school level that is focused on taking a broad dive into current ag hot topic issues.
Thanks to some recent donations, students at a Sioux County, Iowa high school now have the opportunity to learn how to use feedlot management tools. The Rock Valley High School agricultural education program recently partnered with the Iowa Cattlemen’s Foundation, the Sioux County Cattlemen, the Iowa State Beef Checkoff, and Turnkey Computer Systems to supply […]
For one Missouri FFA chapter, those words were put into action recently when they constructed a community house for the homeless.
Titan is now taking applications for its annual antique tractor restoration program. Students who are members of 4-H or the National FFA Organization can register to qualify for a set of Titan or Goodyear Farm Tire branded antique tractor tires. Since 1996, Titan has awarded thousands of free tires to student-led tractor restorations projects. “Restoration […]
With more than four months under his belt, Bennett is finding he has a lot in common with FFA members nationwide– they’re just as ambitious!
When Farmer was tasked with starting an ag education program in urban Wichita last year, the teacher found she need to keep an open mind.
Case IH and New Holland Agriculture employees can get back into FFA thanks to a new CNH Industrial FFA Alumni Chapter.
A trio of senators has introduced legislation in the hopes of bringing FFA education into the 21st century.
Water is an issue that isn’t limited to southwest Kansas, it is an issue that affects all 105 counties in the state of Kansas.
Culver’s is hosting the essay contest to award three FFA chapters with funds to use toward agricultural education initiatives.
A middle school Florida FFA chapter has proven if you give a kid a cow, you give them the keys to so much more.
The National FFA Board of Directors voted this week to realign the National FFA Alumni Association. As part of a strategic initiative, the board passed recommendations to realign the association and rename it National FFA Alumni and Supporters. “In order to be more inclusive of our volunteers, while still maintaining the recognition that our former […]
If you’re shopping at Tractor Supply Company in the next week, you can show your love for FFA. Tractor Supply stores across the country will collect donations during National FFA Week to support grants for FFA chapters in their community. Coinciding with National FFA Week (February 17–24), Tractor Supply customers can donate $1 or more […]
Agriculture is part of our daily lives—from the food we eat to the clothes we wear. Next week, more than 653,000 FFA members will celebrate the role agriculture plays in our lives while sharing the message of agricultural education as part of National FFA Week. National FFA Week is a time for FFA members to […]
One might say applying for a grant is like applying for a job. For one New York FFA student, that statement couldn’t have been more true.
Some might say the Pittsville FFA has perfected the old game of show and tell with their Splash of Red Cranberry Tour.
If it wasn’t for her best friend’s concussion Zaren Kerper wouldn’t have even attended the National FFA Convention last October.
Many people don’t realize how much Culver’s truly does to help the current and future generation of agriculture.
Since his eighth-grade year at Silex School, Nicholas Kientzy was obsessed with starting a real FFA Drive Your Tractor to School Day.
Seventy-four lucky FFA members just returned after a two-week adventure in South Africa. The past and present state FFA officers, representing 24 states, participated in the 2018 International Leadership Seminar for State Officers (ILSSO) as an annual, international opportunity through the National FFA Organization. The officers surveyed the agricultural landscape; met with government and U.S. […]
Today could be a day of reckoning for DACA. It’s a scary day for Kelseyville FFA Chapter President and Dreamer, Ariana Montero Pille.
Merritt grew up in the suburbs of Tulsa with very little connection to ag. Now she fills a coveted spot on the National FFA Officer Team.
From a young age Nick Nelson was always around FFA and agricultural teachers. It helped his father taught ag at Sutherlin High, but the Oregon native said his real attraction to the ag education profession came from the bond he witnessed among ag teachers. “The ag teachers in the Umpqua District were a very tight […]
Local FFA chapters in search of funding for their next animal science lab, community garden, or other noteworthy ag project, take note.
Our youth are our future. That’s why Culver’s Thank You Farmers Project was created to make sure we have enough wholesome food to serve our growing population by supporting agricultural education programs that encourage smart farming. In 2017, the nearly 650 Culver’s restaurants in 24 states and the chain’s support center donated over $400,000 to […]
From a live-birth webcam to farm-to-school pork, an Indiana school is in love with pig farming thanks to their FFA chapter’s ingenuity.
Culver’s is celebrating agricultural education is by sponsoring FFA Day at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) Trade Show in Phoenix, Arizona. The first 250 FFA members and advisors who register to attend the trade show on Friday, February 2, will receive free registration by using the promo code FFACULVERS. FFA members are encouraged to […]
Four FFA members have answered GROWMARK’s essay “How can cooperatives demonstrate their value to the next generation of agriculturists?”
FFA chapters and advisors, make sure you are depositing those fundraising checks and keeping accurate records. The Iowa State Auditor has launched an investigation after a school district reported more than $20,000 not deposited from FFA fruit sales over the past six years. The special investigation was requested by Maquoketa Community School District officials after concerns […]
A Florida FFA student is trying to rebuild her goat herd after a pack of dogs killed five of her goats and injured a sixth last week. Lauren Munson, a sophomore at Newsome High School, was hit with a tragic blow last week when she found all of her and her friend’s goats had been […]
The first Iowan in 19 years to win the prestigious award, Einck worked at a small car garage as a general mechanic and service technician.
When Austin Nordyke’s parents told him he either needed to get involved with school and sports or have a job in eighth grade, the young lad chose the latter and hit the ground running … or should we say hit the grass mowing. The young entrepreneur soon went from mowing a few yards around the […]
In a city where 80 percent of the ground is covered by asphalt, it’s easy to ask whether agricultural programs like FFA or 4-H have a place.
For one 17-year-old from Idaho, talking about it wasn’t enough. She taking the issue straight to the state legislature.
Many students might not realize agriculture majors offer a wealth of job opportunities in a wide array of areas, and the pace of job growth is expected to sustain momentum. To help develop tomorrow’s leaders, the America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders program, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, will partner with farmers to award more than […]
Looking for a new FFA fundraising event? Try Donkey Basketball — one Kentucky FFA chapter has been hosting the game for the past 52 years.
We love these random acts of kindness stories, especially when they happen to one of our own in the ag community. This Indiana FFA chapter is looking to say “thanks” to the man who picked up their nearly $100 bill for dinner last week. The Breman Middle School FFA was eating dinner at the Steak […]
Our hearts go out to this Georgia FFA chapter, who lost more than 50 show pigs after a barn fire early Saturday morning. The barn belonged to the Houston County Board of Education and was a total loss after the fire. After news of the fire hit social media, Perry High held a meeting for […]
Chrysta Beck didn’t grow up on a farm, but it was through 4-H, the American Star in Agriscience winner first developed a passion for poultry.
You can now check your scent off the list with official licensed FFA fragrances thanks to members of the Ord FFA chapter out of Nebraska.
Bryan FFA has been so popular, that a year and a half ago, the Buffett Foundation gave another $1.5M to expand the program.
The best advice Zeigler’s father gave when it came to driving a tractor was “don’t become complacent because the equipment will hurt you.”
Breanna Holbert is an agricultural education major and will be the first female African American to serve as FFA President.
FFA pays long-term dividends, churning out the next generation of leaders who can best resolve the issues that confront us all
An agricultural education major at California State University, Chico has been elected to serve as the 2017-18 National FFA President.
Iowa FFA is on the up and up … literally. Their 2016-2017 membership is the highest membership the Hawkeye state has ever seen.
As the National FFA convention starts to wind down, we reached out to several FFA members to see what their favorite part was this week.
The FFA is celebrating 90 years, and its importance is all too relevant in preparing and shaping the future leaders of agriculture.
While there was a clear theme of encouraging openness and involvement from those interested in ag, their answers did vary.
Mycogen Seeds is partnering with the National FFA Organization to promote a 60th anniversary edition, blue-and-gold Mycogen Seeds bag.
We had the pleasure to sit in on the Prepared Public Speaking finals during the National FFA Convention and the speeches were phenomenal.
Laila Ali honestly didn’t know a whole lot about FFA before being asked to speak at the 90th Annual National FFA Convention.
There’s a first time for everything and we were pleased Sec.Perdue chose the 90th #ICanWeWillFFA for his first ever National FFA Convention
When it comes to bringing together 65,000 of America’s brightest and most enthusiastic young people in agriculture, they could — so they did. The Indiana Convention Center has been transformed this week into a bumper crop of blue corduroy and sprawling exhibit booths. Happy laughter was common during the 90th National FFA Convention & Expo. […]
“We’re in an era of American agriculture where you can’t just sit back. You have to agvocate.” U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue spoke those works poignantly — and almost pleadingly — to a room full of FFA students Wednesday at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Perdue was moderating a session of the #SpeakAg […]
The 2017-18 National FFA Officer candidate selection is down to 24. The candidates were narrowed down from a pool of 41 candidates.
As I’ve gotten older I sometimes wonder how life would be different if I would’ve been actively involved in FFA.
His reign as the 2016-2017 National FFA President is coming to an end, but it’s a year David Townsend will never forget.
A suburban child’s first experience with agriculture typically happens during fair time. While many populate the fairgrounds for the rides and food, the livestock barn is also a huge attraction, as well as a first glimpse into the world of agriculture for some children with no rural background. As members of FFA, you are not […]
Much has changed and evolved since the FFA (then the Future Farmers of America) launched its first convention in 1928.
As we gear up for the 2017 National FFA Convention next week, let’s take a look at the top five most-read FFA features on AGDAILY.
There may be only one stop left in the Tractor Supply Company’s Mobile Fair Tour, but the road trip has left a big impact.
If you’ve attended a farm show recently and walked by the Titan booth, you’ve no doubt heard bid calling and seen a large crowd gathering … and it’s all in the name of FFA. “Our pool of candidates that want to stay in ag or be in ag gets smaller every year and it’s a […]
The first time Valerie Earley attended the National FFA Convention, she was in ninth grade and competing in Creed Speaking.
What does Muhammad Ali’s daughter, the founder of Not Impossible Labs, and Rascal Flatts have in common … the 2017 National FFA Convention.
Pink pumpkins on your porch show you stand with Blue Valley FFA and many others in the fight against breast cancer.
A key National FFA supporter for more than 40 years, the CHS Foundation has pledged a $3.8 million commitment to the organization, growing its support to a platinum sponsorship level. This investment helps ensure that the National FFA Organization continues to support members as they strive to become a workforce that understands the food and […]
Nearly three dozen candidates vying for one of six places on the National FFA Organization’s officer team have descended upon Tarleton State University campus to take part of an intensive, three-day workshop aimed at preparing them for the rigors of the national officer selection process. Now in its fifth year, the National FFA Officer Preparatory […]
The theme for the 2018 GROWMARK Essay Contest is: “How can cooperatives demonstrate their value to the next generation of agriculturists?”
When Greg Breene arrived at Narragansett High School 31 years ago, ag education was a small program included in the science department. There was no FFA.
That vision came true when the Danville School District served burgers from their own FFA-raised beef as part of the Arkansas Farm to School program.
Looking for some new FFA threads? Tractor Supply Company, the largest rural lifestyle retailer in the United States, will be selling the 2017 National FFA Convention-themed shirts in stores across the country this fall. This year, the annual fundraiser features the 2017 convention theme “I Can. We Will.” in support of the advancement of agriculture […]
AgGrad was founded in 2015 by Tim Hammerich and Jeremy Turner. Since then, they have been striving to provide a community for young professionals in ag.
When New England’s oldest agricultural family fair opens the gates Sept. 28 in Deerfield, New Hampshire, it only makes sense the Granite State’s FFA students will be out in full force. “It is a long-standing tradition that helps introduce new ag students to the FFA program and gets them excited about membership and all that […]
Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas as a Category 4 storm, causing unprecedented flooding in Texas.
Hannah Persell shoots like a girl. And that’s just fine. The Missouri senior is a four-time place holder in the 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships.
One might say the California FFA program has had a rollercoaster of a year so far, but the second largest FFA association in the nation has remain anchored.
For National FFA 2017 New Century Farmer Cheyenne Sieberns of Corydon, Indiana, farming has been part of her life ever since she could walk.
Arizona has been facing a shortage for several years of agriculture teachers that has officials concerned about its lingering impact on the industry that helps feed the nation.
“If you build it, they will come” … but will they? That’s a question an Idaho FFA chapter is considering after the recent purchase of 2.4 acres of land.
This week Sen. Pat Roberts and Rep. K. Michael Conaway urged more than 100 state FFA officers to advocate for agriculture.
Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue said that USDA will partner with National FFA to support youth, and prepare the workforce of tomorrow.
Less than 10 miles down an icy road from Rawlins, Wyoming, a short span of fence forever changed the life of Amberley Snyder on January 10, 2010.
Sixteen standout students from across the United States have been selected as finalists for the National FFA 2017 American Star Awards.
Studying agriculture might not come across at first as something shiny and brand new — especially to city slicker students. That’s why one North Carolina FFA advisor has come up with several out-of-the-box ideas to attract students to the program. “Being an ag teacher is not a 7:30-3:15 job. FFA advisors must offer new and […]
From talking to farmers and interning to taking the right classes, there are many things to know and do before going after an agriculture degree.
When Bryce Cluff zipped up his FFA jacket for the first time he never dreamed it would lead him to becoming the 2017 Arizona National FFA Officer Candidate.
In just 18 short years, the young man has already been an egg farmer, owned a sugaring operation, volunteered firefighting, and actively served Vermont FFA.
BASF has taken an agricultural initiative to help recruit teachers through the National Teach Ag Campaign — a unique project of the National FFA Foundation. The National Teach Ag Campaign raises awareness of the growing need for agriculture teachers, increases recruitment and retention efforts, and helps ensure a more diverse talent pipeline. The campaign is […]
Philadelphia, a city of 1.56 million, offers a unique gem that many might not know about … the Walter Biddle Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences.
Amy Loschen knew from a young age that she wanted to be a teacher. But Loschen soon realized her true passion is, and has always been, in agriculture
G&R Farms in Tattnall County, Georgia has partnered with the National FFA to contribute a percentage of sales from its 2017 Vidalia onion crop to enhance educational opportunities for young people who are committed to future farming careers. The new initiative, “Growing America’s Farmers,” was the brainchild of Walt Dasher, a third generation southeast Georgia […]
A Nebraska FFA chapter almost didn’t see their first-year student-run greenhouse come to fruition this spring after discovering their soil was contaminated.
Culver’s awarded money to the winning writers’ FFA chapters to help fund trips to the 2017 National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis, Oct. 25-28.
A lucky group of 52 national FFA award winners are touring agricultural sites in Ireland this summer and comparing the industries of Ireland and the United States. Participants were selected from the 188 National FFA Agricultural Proficiency Award finalists and the 16 American Star Award national finalists named last October at the 89th National FFA […]
Without you, I never would have found my love for this industry and the pride I have for growing up wearing your colors and living up to the FFA creed.
The Tractor Supply Company’s Mobile Fair Tour is gearing up to visit 19 fairs across the country and recognize 80 FFA and 4-H youth along the way.
School may be out for the summer, but this Bangor FFA student isn’t hanging up his shovel and spade. In fact, he’s digging right into his freshman year.
What started as a feeder pig venture for Clarke County ag education and FFA students has morphed into a complete farrow to finish project at Clermont Farm.
Before Adrian Schunk’s first day of ag education, the Michigan FFA President had never given a speech nor considered a topic such as fear-based marketing.
More than $166,000 in grants and scholarships have been given to local FFA Chapters and the 2017 National FFA Collegiate Scholarship Program, thanks to AGCO Corporation. Providing grants to local FFA Chapters is the newest aspect of more than 70 years of support from AGCO and its brands and an effort AGCO leadership, dealers, and […]
Nevada FFA members will soon be cheering “head on the stock, eye on the rock,” at one of the state FFA association’s most successful fundraising event.
BASF has strengthened its partnership with the National FFA Organization — serving as a Silver sponsor in 2017. For more than 60 years, BASF has worked with the National FFA Organization to ensure the future of agriculture and agricultural education. Through a generous donation, BASF has worked with FFA to provide members the opportunity to […]
FFA was a family legacy Kourtney Lehman continued. But becoming Oregon State FFA President was a personal goal Lehman just had to fulfill.
For as long as New Jersey FFA member Julie Piancone can remember, every Tuesday her dad would come home with the most beautiful flower arrangements.
A Florida middle school science teacher may lose his job after bullying FFA students about raising livestock for slaughter.
Thanks to the generosity of 115 sponsors, the National FFA Organization and National FFA Foundation awarded more than $2.7 million in scholarships to 1,884 recipients. More than 8,300 students applied online for the scholarships, with many of the applicants being considered for multiple awards. Approximately one in every four students who applied was awarded a […]
LaCrosse Footwear is proud to announce its partnership with the National FFA organization — contributing $12,000 in funds to the 2017 National FFA scholarship program. Additionally, in celebration of the 120th anniversary of LaCrosse, the company will donate 120 jackets as part of the official FFA Give the Gift of Blue Program. LaCrosse prides itself […]
After hearing their Chapter President’s essay headline, Thorsby FFA knew they had the perfect theme for the 2017 National FFA Chapter Tee Contest.
“Boogity, boogity, boogity, let’s go racing boys!” West Greene FFA will be cheering on their solar go-kart made from scratch at the Bristol Motor Speedway.
Growing up in a rural town, ag was literally in DeShawn Blanding’s front yard, but the National FFA Southern Region VP still had some misconceptions.
For many 4-H and FFA students, the organizations have helped students become great neighbors. Now Tractor Supply Company wants to hear your story.
Customers came out in full support of the Tractor Supply Company and the National FFA Foundation’s Grants for Growing program, raising a record $731,000.
FFA can leave a long-lasting impression.That was the reason Mississippi FFA alumni Rachel Red decided to pen her personal story in her college newspaper.
If new legislation gets passed, 4-H and FFA students will get a tax exemption for the first $5,000 of income they earn from projects completed.
A New York FFA student noticed one topic that hasn’t made too many headlines … handicap accessible tractors. It was a topic Jacob Ax had to talk about.
Elisa Russ didn’t grow up on a farm in Northeast Iowa, but that didn’t stop her from reaching the tippy top of the Iowa FFA association.
With 7,859 chapters, it takes a small army of FFA advisors to step up to the job and advise FFA students each year. It takes dedication to do the job right.
A shout out to the Iowa FFA Foundation for taking first place and earning a $14,515 donation in the Bayer and Liberty Link system Real Yield Sweepstakes.
A visit to one of Hawaii’s 7,000 farms may not be at the top of the tour list, however Hawaii FFA is proud to show off their state’s rich ag history.
Agricultural organizations have provided young farmers the opportunity to go to many networking and development events across the country.
With the average age of a Montana rancher at 65, the Montana FFA Foundation wanted to help the next generation, so they “took the bull by the horns.”
It wouldn’t be National FFA Week without farm-friendly Culver’s annual FFA Essay Contest. This year’s essay asks what do people need to know about ag?
Since 1941, the West Virginia FFA has netted $1,361,222.78 and it’s all in the name of protein. The state FFA has held 73 Ham, Bacon, and Egg Sales.
If you’re shopping at Tractor Supply during the week of Feb. 17- 26, you can give back to local FFA chapters. During National FFA Week, Tractor Supply shoppers can donate $1 or more at checkout. Donations will fund the national Grants for Growing Program, which supports local FFA chapters that are making a difference in […]
Ohio’s Western Reserve FFA knew they wanted to do something for fellow member Austin Yaworsky. It just took leadership, planning, and many helping hands.
It’s no surprise Wyoming FFA has one of the smallest memberships as the least populated state, however this 2,864-member organization packs a punch.
The official dress of FFA members is changing. A recent vote by the National FFA Board of Directors, building off of the approval of the student member delegates to the 89th National FFA Convention & Expo last October, approved the changes. They are: An official FFA jacket zipped to the top. Black slacks and black socks/nylons or […]
The popular saying “everything’s bigger in Texas” rang true again for the Texas FFA Association. They have the largest FFA membership with 103,379 students.
In my short lifetime, I’ve heard very many people make statements such as “It’s not so much the destination that matters, but the journey along the way.” As for my life, and my involvements with agriculture, I agree with those types of statements. The journey toward our destinations in life help shape us, and they […]
Have an FFA project in mind, but no dough to get it done? Consider applying for one of Tractor Supply Company’s Grants for Growing. The largest rural lifestyle retail store chain in the United States, Tractor Supply Company has partnered with the National FFA Foundation again this year for the Grants for Growing program.Grant recipients […]
Georgia agriculture contributes $74B each year to the state’s economy. One FFA chapter found seeing is believing when displaying the state’s success.
For the past two weeks, 75 past and present state FFA officers had the opportunity to tour South Africa for a 12-day educational and cultural experience. The FFA members, representing 20 states, participated in the 2017 International Leadership Seminar for State Officers (ILSSO), an annual, international opportunity through the National FFA Organization. The seminar provides […]
A 100 percent membership is a feat for any state FFA association but it’s a mark that the Massachusetts FFA has reached the past six years. Their strategy? Ensuring everyone is a member. “The structure of agricultural education is very unique in Massachusetts. The majority of our agriculture programs are part of a larger career […]
The Maine FFA association may be small in stature, but they are strong in promoting their state’s $763 million dollar industry.
When Victoria Harris first joined FFA in Florida, she wasn’t quite sure of her place in the organization. Today Harris serves as the National FFA Secretary.
Not everyone who joins FFA is going to end up in a career in agriculture, but they will be the next generation of consumers. That’s the mission behind the Florida FFA Association and the reason their chapters have been so successful in getting students to enroll from small towns to cities throughout the state. “Agriculture […]
The Alaska FFA Association was named the winner of the 2016 Hunger Heroes Challenge at the National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis.
A lifelong fascination to fields and streams is what led one South Dakota FFA research student to win the 2016 National FFA American Star in Agriscience.
This year two members from the South Dakota FFA Association took home American Star awards from the 89th National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis. Shane A. Mueller, Garretson FFA Chapter, won the American Star in Agribusiness and Elizabeth Renner, West Central FFA earned the American Star in Agriscience. This isn’t the first time the […]
A community approach helped two Washington FFA chapters take home national “model” awards from the 89th National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis.
The Minnesota FFA state chapter had a stellar year at the 2016 National FFA Convention. Not only was Brett Petersen selected as the National FFA 2016 American Star in Agricultural Placement, Valerie Earley of the Spring Valley Wykoff FFA Chapter was elected to serve as the 2016-2017 National FFA Central Region Vice President. Earley will […]
Most U.S. middle schoolers today probably aren’t actively searching for employment, but for the National FFA 2016 American Star in Agricultural Placement, sixth grade seemed like the right time to get a job in a career field he was passionate about. “I wanted to get a job in sixth grade because I wanted to be […]
Even though Delaware is a small FFA association in membership numbers, its members are earning top honors at the national level.
At this year’s national convention, Townsend was named the National FFA President — the first person from Delaware ever to hold that office.
Puerto Rico’s FFA has been growing. Since the association became active in 1932, the territory is now home to 150 chapters and 2,650 student members.
When FFA Star Farmer Tyler Schnaithman graduates from Oklahoma State University, he will return to a farming operation he has been building since age 11.
The results are in and for the first time in National FFA history Delaware has a national FFA president representing the state. David Townsend, an agricultural and natural resources and plant science major at the University of Delaware, was elected president. Others elected to the 2016-17 National FFA officer team: Victoria Harris, a biology major […]
Hats off to these five outstanding chapters, that clearly #TransformFFA. The National FFA Organization named its top chapters today during the 89th National FFA Organization & Expo: Outstanding Middle School: Madison County Middle FFA of Georgia Model of Excellence: Yelm FFA of Washington Student Development: Bullard FFA of Texas Chapter Development: Omak FFA of Washington […]
A little rain didn’t slow down the action today at #TransformFFA. Day two of the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis was filled with tours, celebrity meet and greets, state pride, and of course, lots of selfies. Take a glimpse at the posts below trending today on Twitter and Instagram. For additional live coverage from the […]
We asked 13 colleges who are set up at the National FFA convention about what the idea of #TransformFAA and transforming agriculture means to them. We tweeted out their replies.
It’s a sea of blue at the 89th annual National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis as the doors opened today to FFA students from across the country. Nearly 64,000 are expected to attend this week’s festivities. The opening day was packed with shopping, workshops, and lots of booth traffic. Even “The Bachelor” Chris Soules […]
The reality TV star is using his celebrity to speak out for the agricultural community.
For many high school seniors attending the National FFA Convention this week in Indianapolis, the event marks the culmination of a fruitful four years in the world’s largest agricultural youth organization. But most seniors might not realize they don’t have to retire the blue corduroy jacket after graduation. “As cliché as it may sound, it’s an opportunity […]
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Taylor McNeel and Sydney Snider believe in the future of agriculture … so much that they both took off a year from college to lead the world’s largest agricultural youth organization. Since 1928, millions of high school students have proudly put on the blue corduroy jacket and recited the words, “I believe in the future […]